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Old 01-20-2020, 10:26 PM   #431 (permalink)
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I love these threads...blowed up Polaris 840's to cuts of beef in two pages or less....
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Another 200 trouble free files on my 850 this past weekend. A little low but the wife was along and we had passes for Eagle river races. Almost 1700 trouble free miles so far. The janitors durability goal for the year is 1000 miles so after this next weekend I'll be double that.



Amazed at some of the keyboard riders on here. Got some of the best riding conditions right now and well.....kinda sad having to live with posting links, results and pictures instead of riding. If you don't ride they don't break.


Really pushin’ that machine to the limits riding with the Mrs. are ya?


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Really pushin’ that machine to the limits riding with the Mrs. are ya?


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I bet they were able to cruise, right by Culvers...
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Well good! Culver’s doesn’t pay for stunt dinner shows so, fuck ‘em!!!!!
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Another 200 trouble free files on my 850 this past weekend. A little low but the wife was along and we had passes for Eagle river races. Almost 1700 trouble free miles so far. The janitors durability goal for the year is 1000 miles so after this next weekend I'll be double that.



Amazed at some of the keyboard riders on here. Got some of the best riding conditions right now and well.....kinda sad having to live with posting links, results and pictures instead of riding. If you don't ride they don't break.


Really pushin’ that machine to the limits riding with the Mrs. are ya? <img src="https://www.hardcoresledder.com/forums/images/smilies/roflmao.gif" border="0" alt="" title="" class="inlineimg" />


That may be her sled next year. She's currently riding a little 600.
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Another 200 trouble free files on my 850 this past weekend. A little low but the wife was along and we had passes for Eagle river races. Almost 1700 trouble free miles so far. The janitors durability goal for the year is 1000 miles so after this next weekend I'll be double that.

Amazed at some of the keyboard riders on here. Got some of the best riding conditions right now and well.....kinda sad having to live with posting links, results and pictures instead of riding. If you don't ride they don't break.
what types of trails do you ride Doug? it's real easy to crank out miles on forest service roads and rail beds in the UP, not so much on trails where you have to fully turn your handle bars every 36 feet. we did around 200 on Fri/Sat locally, and my arms/legs really felt it Sunday morning. pretty sure MN/WI/UP are the only places with trails open east of the mountains, not that it would stop Krom from posting Poo-rrhoids. obviously you have plenty of time and the resources to ride a lot, so good for you being so fortunate.
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Another 200 trouble free files on my 850 this past weekend. A little low but the wife was along and we had passes for Eagle river races. Almost 1700 trouble free miles so far. The janitors durability goal for the year is 1000 miles so after this next weekend I'll be double that.

Amazed at some of the keyboard riders on here. Got some of the best riding conditions right now and well.....kinda sad having to live with posting links, results and pictures instead of riding. If you don't ride they don't break.
what types of trails do you ride Doug? it's real easy to crank out miles on forest service roads and rail beds in the UP, not so much on trails where you have to fully turn your handle bars every 36 feet. we did around 200 on Fri/Sat locally, and my arms/legs really felt it Sunday morning. pretty sure MN/WI/UP are the only places with trails open east of the mountains, not that it would stop Krom from posting Poo-rrhoids. obviously you have plenty of time and the resources to ride a lot, so good for you being so fortunate. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.hardcoresledder.com/forums/images/smilies/clap.gif[/IMG]
LOL Haven't been to Michigan yet this year all Wisconsin miles. Like I said my wife and I did 200 miles Friday and Saturday both short days so we could go to the races. Hopefully your recovered for whenever your next ride is. We're going back up Thursday night.

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That may be her sled next year. She's currently riding a little 600.
Hey, I'd like to say "thank you" to all your considerate Poo riders out there this year. Most are waving me by on the trails. I appreciate that! It must be in your new owners manuals? Meh...either way, keep up the good work and thanks again!

Of course...there's always that one...usually on an 850 hypersled that makes me pass him on the inside as he fights to keep control of that fucking pile of shit.

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LOL Haven't been to Michigan yet this year all Wisconsin miles. Like I said my wife and I did 200 miles Friday and Saturday both short days so we could go to the races. Hopefully your recovered for whenever your next ride is. We're going back up Thursday night.

If you don't ride them they don't break.
Thanks, a few Tylenol and some time surfing the sofa helped. Going out tomorrow, happy to have our local trails finally open. Have to chuckle though when I hear people talk about the mileage they put on after finding out where they ride and the high mile braggarts are typically ones riding trails you can run at 80mph for an hour straight without moving the handlebars (yawn). Last March I took a week off when my brother came home and put on over 700 miles here, which was wonderful, and nothing broke. But I have Suzuki powered sleds...
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